Anti-choice crowd says abortion is the problem with Social Security
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 /U.S. Newswire/ -- American Life League (ALL) takes on the role of whistleblower with a forthcoming ad telling President Bush (news - web sites) that he can protect Social Security (news - web sites) by curing abortion. The advertisement steps up ALL's effort to educate federal leaders about the societal devastation spread by abortion.
The full-page ad, which will run in tomorrow's Washington Times, addresses Mr. Bush directly because of the recent media coverage about his concerns with the failing Social Security system.
The ad explains that since 1973, more than 50 million babies have been killed in the womb. "Those are the very babies that, today, would be living, working -- and paying into Social Security," said Judie Brown, president of American Life League. "However, the national plague of abortion has eliminated those contributors from society."
The ad challenges the government to pull its multi-million dollar annual subsidy of Planned Parenthood (news - web sites), the nation's largest abortion provider, and other abortion-promoting entities. "The government is largely responsible for the Social Security crisis," said Brown. "They have continued to fund abortion giants, such as Planned Parenthood, which aid in the destruction of human life. With this ad, American Life League is blowing the whistle on the failed government program of funding abortion."
Brown added, "It is not difficult to see the strong, direct connection between the Social Security problems and abortion. We have killed off our children, who are no longer here to provide for us in the future. Until we can stop treating human life like an indispensable commodity, we will never see an end to the Social Security crisis. We must cure abortion -- now!"